Add custom CSS properties at bottom of Style panel

After seeing this post - https://forum.webflow.com/t/add-text-overflow-ellpisis-and-white-space-nowrap/37355/1

How about a section at the bottom of the "Styles" panel call "Others". In it there would be the ability to add one of the many properties which isn't listed in the "Styles" panel.

The user would simply select the property from a drop down menu - or they would type it and there would be an auto-fill (maybe the same as editing or adding a property in Chrome Developer Tools - F12 key). See image below.

What do people think? What does Webflow think? @PixelGeek

 

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  • Diarmuid Sexton
  • Jan 18 2017
  • Per kristian Grindheim commented
    December 14, 2017 14:12

    A big thumbs up for this!! This would also make it less critical for Webflow to support new CSS selectors. An alternative would also be to have a global css custom code for advanced users. 

  • Samagra Singh Tomar commented
    August 28, 2018 02:04

    Yepp that would be really awesome

  • Michael Alhilly commented
    September 15, 2018 20:58

    Completely agree. The UI for common properties is great for beginners. More experienced designers will most likely prefer the ability to quickly select from all available properties and set their values.

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    10 Jul 07:26

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  • Taylor Wilson commented
    23 Jul 06:21

    The CSS Styles board gives you a chance to follow the CSS guidelines and properties influencing an at present chosen page component (Current mode), or the majority of the standards and properties that are accessible to the record Can Someone Write My Research Paper (All mode). A flip catch at the highest point of board gives you a chance to switch between the two modes. The CSS Styles board likewise gives you a chance to adjust CSS properties in both All and Current mode.